Susan Jeanette Dailey
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Susan Jeanette Dailey
  • March 17, 1964 - November 21, 2017
  • Texarkana, Texas

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Susan Jeanette Dailey, 53, of Tyler, TX died Tuesday, November 21, 2017 in a Tyler hospital. Ms. Dailey was born March 17, 1964 in Corpus Christi, TX. She graduated from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, AR. with a degree in Art and Advertising.

She was preceded in death by her grandparents Clarence and Ernestine Coopwood of Texarkana, AR and Aubrey and Ruth Dailey of DeQueen, AR.

She is survived by her parents Roger Dale and Judy Dailey of Texarkana, TX; one brother Dale Wayne Dailey of Greenwood, AR; one sister and brother-in-law Jessica and Derek Wright of Springdale, AR; one special friend Kane Underwood of Austin, TX.

There is a bright light that has dimmed on this earth today,
yet glows brighter than ever in heaven tonight.
Susan Dailey, her name is of the Hebrew origin,
Persian Meaning: "lily", which suits her perfectly.
She absolutely loved all things of nature, especially flowers.
She had an artist's eye and a gypsy soul.
She is the beautiful daughter of Dale and Judy Dailey,
sister to Dale Wayne Dailey, as well as a loving Aunt and I am lucky to say, she is my cousin.
From the time we were kids running and playing around Mamaw Dailey's home, to running amuck
as teenagers around DeQueen, Arkansas and later as young adults having a blast in Dallas, Texas.
We always had a good time!
Suzy you were bright, happy, really cool and always had positive
things to say to make one feel better about themselves.
Time on this earth for you were at times a quiet struggle. In fact you coined the phrase, "The
struggle is real" way back in the day,
long before everyone was saying it and printing it on t-shirts.
But you always came out swinging girl!
Your struggles are over now, one might even say you were taken too young, but evidently it was at
just the right time according to our Lord and in the blink of an eye as well. God has always had you
in the palm of His hand, and now you sit at His side with a peace that surpasses all understanding.
Suzy, you left a soft footprint here on this earth and in our hearts and I am so very grateful.
Than you Suzy, you were loved and you will be missed!

By Cindy (Sparks) Hoke

A graveside service will be held 2:00 P.M. Saturday, December 2, 2017 at Memorial Gardens with Mr. Bill Norton officiating.

Condolences may be left at www.eastfuneralhomes.com